2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews

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Ridgeline

2017

Consumer Reviews

2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews

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4.6/5
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Based on 22 reviews

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2017 Honda Ridgeline Consumer Reviews & Ratings

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Pros: In bed trunk and dual swing tail gate. Cons: Only am/fm radio. No cd and...

Pros: In bed trunk and dual swing tail gate. Cons: Only am/fm radio. No cd and no sat. Radio

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

My Honda Ridgeline is superb. Seating is so comfortable and the ride, handling...

My Honda Ridgeline is superb. Seating is so comfortable and the ride, handling and independent wheel suspension is equal to that of a luxury car.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Of the midsized trucks I was surprised to learn that only the Ridgeline could...

Of the midsized trucks I was surprised to learn that only the Ridgeline could hold 4x8 sheets without angling them between the wheel wells.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Excellent interior layout, and the full width bed is great for a small pick-up....

Excellent interior layout, and the full width bed is great for a small pick-up. The hidden bed is surprising useful, and with the back seats folded up the interior storage capability is excellent.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

If you're looking for a nice sized, comfortable truck with decent towing...

If you're looking for a nice sized, comfortable truck with decent towing capacity, you will not be disappointed with the new Ridgeline. I have owned 2 previous Ridgelines and have never experience any problems.

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